Kevin Miller ( (no email) )
Wed, 18 Jun 1997 00:44:18 -0400

> is there any way, with the version of IIS that came with NT 3.51 to
> restrict access to a certain site to people with a certain IP, and
> people going to another site. We are trying to setup an intranet for a
> company, and I was wondering if we could do it on one PC. I know that
> has the stop to grant access to a certain IP group, but that would apply
> the external too right? Any suggestions would be appreciated.....
IIS won't do it. I know SurfWatch has a version of their software for
Intranet use. Other than that, look around on the net for relays/proxy
servers. Some will limit access based on IP, most log every access. My
favorite is a relay called Sang's. Don't know the URL off-hand, just go to
AltaVista and search +Sang +Relay

Kevin C. Miller, CEO
FreshWater, Inc.
Custom Software Design